iHeartMedia Cleveland Announces New Office Space in Downtown Cleveland

iHeartMedia Cleveland announced today plans to move their regional  office to downtown Cleveland. The new location will be at 668 Euclid Avenue and will include a 10-year  agreement lease with K&D Group.

The new agreement will move iHeartMedia Cleveland’s nine radio stations,  along with the company’s sales, marketing, digital and Total Traffic operation to the new state-of-the-art street  level facility. The new offices are scheduled to open by the end of 2021. 

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iHeartMedia Cleveland has designed a brand-new state-of-the-art facility to house their iconic brands and  franchises – both broadcast and digital – including legendary stations like 100.7 WMMS, Newsradio WTAM  1100 AM & 106.9 FM, Majic 105.7, 99.5 WGAR, 106.5 The Lake, 96.5 KISS FM, Real 106.1, 1350 AM The  Gambler and Cleveland’s BIN: Black Information Network 99.1 FM. This move will bring more than 100  employees into the heart of Cleveland’s downtown business landscape. 

“We are thrilled to return our broadcast and digital operations to the heart of our city,” said Keith Hotchkiss,  President of iHeartMedia Cleveland.

“Connecting our influencers, marquee talent and operation staff with the  downtown business district will further drive the passion to serve the community we all call home.” 

iHeartMedia Cleveland’s new vision for the workplace provides leaders and their teams with the tools they need  to adapt to a changing world. New office features will include five conference rooms, 11 studios featuring  cutting-edge technology, eight service booths for news, traffic, and podcast creation, and phone audio sound via  Sound+. A marquee broadcast studio and mixed use podcast content creation room both face street level on  Euclid Avenue. Studio designs are by Beneville Studios and AUX1 design. 

“We are delighted that iHeartMedia will be locating their regional headquarters in downtown Cleveland,  bringing 100 communication and technology jobs to the 668 Building and the Euclid Avenue Historic District,”  said Joe Marinucci, President and CEO of the Downtown Cleveland Alliance. 

“We are so excited that iHeartMedia has decided to return to downtown Cleveland after many years, and that  they have chosen our 668 Building as their new home,” said Doug Price, CEO of K&D Group. 



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